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We're expecting the Nexus 5 this week.

Google's own flagship phone has been targeted to drop this week and a CNET exclusive report finds Google is building something "top secret" in the Bay.

By October 29, 2013


Apple's App Store turns five: You're great, now change

Apple's App Store redefined how we all downloaded programs on our smartphones. But with Google Play outstripping its number of apps, the challenge of the next five years isn't volume -- it's getting the right app in the right hands.

By July 10, 2013


Five games out this year that we're excited about

There's not much of the year left, but here are five new titles that we'll be seeing in 2012 — and still has us champing at the bit.

By October 2, 2012


UPS to iPhone 5 buyers: You're not getting it early

Apple's shipping partner asks those awaiting an iPhone 5 not to bother service representatives about changing the delivery date of their iPhone, saying that time is set in stone.

By September 19, 2012


BlackBerry Q5 review: Not the bargain you're looking for

CNET UK goes thumbs-on with the BlackBerry Q5, a QWERTY-equipped smartphone that's built like a bargain, but isn't necessarily priced like one.

By July 3, 2013


Abyss AB-1266 headphones run $5,495, but they're worth it

It's the Dodge SRT Viper of high-end headphones: the AB-1266 is big, heavy, outlandishly expensive, but it sounds better -- a lot better -- than anything else!

By June 29, 2013


Sharp: We're shipping iPhone 5 displays this month

The company doesn't say when the next iPhone will launch or how large its screen will be.

By August 2, 2012


Foxconn recruiter: We're 'hiring' for June release of iPhone 5

The latest iPhone 5 report quotes a Foxconn recruiting official saying that the company needs to hire 18,000 people to make the iPhone 5.

By April 2, 2012


How to re-enable older Flash in Safari 5.1.7

While Safari disables old versions of Flash, you can quickly re-enable them if needed.

By May 11, 2012


Ep. 814: Where we're saying Cinco de "Bye"-o

t's Caroline McCarthy's final appearance on The 404 before she makes a move to the Googleplex where she'll be a member of the company's new Trends & Insights team. That also means she'll be splitting her time between Google projects and redirecting all of Google's 404 error pages to the show blog.

By May 5, 2011